Salad with Cheese Slices
Lamb's lettuce is the winter salad par excellence and with its mildly aromatic and slightly nutty taste it goes perfectly with the spicy cheese as well as with the sweet grapes. Besides, the leafy vegetables also promote blood formation: 100 grams of lamb's lettuce contains a good 2 milligrams of iron. The trace element is responsible for the formation of red blood cells and the transport of oxygen in the body.
Add a handful of walnut or pine nuts to the salad - this not only provides an extra crunchy taste experience, but also contributes healthy unsaturated fatty acids. The heart and blood vessels are delighted!
Peel and finely chop the onions. Finely chop half of the green pepper and coarsely chop the rest. Mix the vinegar with the onions and green pepper and add 1 teaspoon of pepper. Mix in the oil, whisk and season with salt, pepper and sugar. Cut the cheese into flat, round shapes and mix with the dressing. Cover and marinate in the refrigerator overnight.
Rinse and spin dry the lettuce. Rinse the grapes, pat dry, halve and remove seeds. Mix the lettuce with the grapes, arrange on plates and lay the cheese on top. Drizzle the dressing over the salad and serve with brown bread.